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Why does my phone system say "SYSTEM ENTER CODE" when I call?

Discussion in 'General I-140 and Related Issues' started by fantakey4, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. fantakey4

    fantakey4 New Member

    I've been pondering this question for a while, and it's been seriously bothering me.

    I have the following using my phone line.
    -Honeywell LYNXR-2 Security System
    -Panasonic 5GHZ wireless phone system with 5 handsets

    Sometimes, when I call the house phone, it beeps and says "SYSTEM ENTER CODE". In other words, the call doesn't go through, and I hit something.

    I've googled and googled this, but nothing has shown up.

    Another note, is that when this happens, the speaker on the LYNXR gives a kind of pulse out. Not sure if that's relevant.

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